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Ma’dany to return to Bengaluru today

Ma’dany to return to Bengaluru today

Kochi: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chairman Abdul Nasser Ma’dany, who was allowed by the Supreme Court to visit his ailing mother in Kollam, will return to Bengaluru Friday evening.

Poonthura Siraj, PDP working chairman, told media that the party chief would lead a prayer meet after the Friday prayer at Anwarssery. He will then go to Thiruvananthapuram and leave for Bengaluru by an Indigo flight at 9 pm.

The court allowed Ma’dany, an accused in the 2008 Bangalore blast case, to move out of Bengaluru after it was informed that the trial in the case has now been shifted to National Investigation Agency (NIA) court which alone has jurisdiction to try some of the scheduled offences.

Ma’dany was arrested on August 17, 2010, in connection with the conspiracy for the Bangalore bomb blast.

He was granted bail on July 11, 2014, which was extended by two weeks August 11, 2014 and the same was extended by four months on November 14 last year, as the court had given Karnataka four months time to conclude the trial.

While granting bail to Ma’dany on July 11 last year, the apex court had asked him not to leave the city and to furnish the details of his stay during the bail period.

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